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  • The Drop: New PlayStation Releases for May 2014

    Posted by on May 11, 2014 under News
    PS VITA (PlayStation Vita) Some of the latest chatter regardin new PS4 releases the end of April 2014: Ryan Clements: Space ships, sea creatures, and shambling undead! It’s a big week for gaming, and PS Vita in particular, with a hefty batch of new games coming to the PlayStation family. (PS Vita, PS3, PS4) Great stuff! I'm looking forward to The Walking Dead and Demon Gaze. I'm tempte... more.
  • Mercenary Kings Review | HDD

    Posted by on April 21, 2014 under News
     'Mercenary Kings' may look like a few hours of arcade side-scrolling, but it is in fact much deeper. Early frustrations give way to addiction. That enemy that frustrates with his bullet shield, as precious time ticks away, finds a new reality when the player starts shooting caustic bullets. Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: 4-player Co-op This game was tested using an AMD Radeon HD 7790 graphics c... more.
  • Gamer Pax East 2014 — Awesomenauts, Sword & Soldiers II Preview

    Posted by on April 21, 2014 under Featured, News
    Awesomenauts Badge Romino has confirmed Awesomenauts will release as expected, despite publisher dtp Entertainment's insolvency. The side scrolling beat-'em-up arrives on the PlayStation Network in this week's update, and will be free to PS Plus subscribers. The Xbox Live Arcade release follows as planned on May 2. No explanation was given for how the game has... Via Front Towards Gamer Pax Eas... more.
  • Major Nelson Has Something “Super Cool” for PAX Prime; Currently “Deep Deep Deep” in E3 Planning

    Posted by on April 21, 2014 under News
    Phil Spencer posing whilst filming a property programme by Stoke-on-Trent railway station. This years E3 will be way different than last years. MS doing some pre- E3 planning and a surprise at PAX. This something that would never happen under Don Mattrick's administrative. This is small proof of Phil Spencer's positive agenda coming into play. Honestly, with the comments that Major Nelson m... more.
  • Thief Review | The Right Way to Play a Game | PS3/PS4 X360/XBox One

    Posted by on April 4, 2014 under Featured, PS3 / PS4, PS3 / PS4 Spotlights, Trailers, X360 / XBox ONE, XBox 360 / Xbox ONE Spotlights
    Having never played any of the original Thief games only ever gazing at them appreciatively, when the original came out back in 1998 our humble little family PC wasn’t anywhere near capable of playing 2D games, let alone 3D ones. I also wasn’t too great on PCs anyway, it was around that time when I deleted nearly the entirety of the hard drive, including a folder named ‘drivers’ which I w... more.
  • SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs Multiplayer Review

    Posted by on March 27, 2011 under News
    Of all the established third person shooter franchises out there, SOCOM, (Special Operations Command), already has a special place in Playstation history. With already well-established roots in Playstation 2, it has at least 10 existing versions over 4 different platforms, some would consider SOCOM the flagship series of Playstation third person tactical shooters. So with a history like that, ther... more.
  • Resident Evil: Revelations and Mercenaries new gameplay videos (3DS)

    Posted by on January 12, 2011 under News, Paws Button, Trailers
    Capcom has got a load of new game play video footage for their dual Nintendo 3DS releases: Resident Evil: Revelations and Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D. Just to mention, each of the two games include some seriously incredible graphics of which appear on par with the Xbox 360, Revelations is going to be a full-blown Resident Evil video game using levels which tend to be on the 'GIHUGIC' s... more.


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